Duro Hospitality, whose portfolio includes beloved hot spots The Charles, Bar Charles, and Sister, is proud to announce the opening of their new concept on Greenville Avenue: Café Duro. Café Duro is adjacent to its restaurant Sister and bring a unique personality to the East Dallas neighborhood.Continue reading
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If you love coffee, then you’ll love learning about the world of caffeinated drinks just waiting for you to try. Get global and get your caffeine fix with our collection of the most delicious recipes from around the world. You’ll find fun and unique ideas here for coffee-based beverages that you can enjoy at every meal. We even included recipes for a few international drinks that created a stir on social media.Continue reading
Urbano Cafe is opening a coffee shop in our Two Doors Down space (located, conveniently, two doors down from the original cafe entrance in the same building.) on Tuesday, Dec. 14. The 2DD coffee shop will be open Tuesday-Saturday 7-2:30 p.m., serving coffee and locally made pastries, savory kolaches and quiches, plus grab-and-go salads and sandwiches so guests can pick up both breakfast and lunch.Continue reading
Been naughty or nice? Doesn’t matter. Our friends at Nespresso want to give away a Nespresso Umilk to one lucky craveDFW reader. This is a fantastic gift for you or a friend. The suggested retail price of the Nespresso Umilk is $229. The Umilk embodies a new generation of Nespresso machines. With its pure and elegant lines, flexible design, and its tactile interface, U is the new accomplice of our daily life. Continue reading
Parks Coffee debuts its first-ever retail storefront, coffee shop and cafe with a ribbon-cutting with Carrollton Mayor Kevin Falconer to officially launch its massive new 50,000-square-foot farm-to-cup operation.
The family-owned-and-operated business began in 1986 when founder Randy Parks developed a plan to deliver third-party gourmet coffee and professional equipment to office break rooms across North Texas – an operation run entirely from the family garage. Though the beginnings were humble, armed with a successful plan to manage the process, Parks moved out of the garage and into a warehouse space near their home in 1990. Things really ramped up in 2003 when the family purchased its first roaster that lived inside an expanded 35,000 commercial facility and headquarters, roasting their own beans for the first time at a rate of 150,000 pounds per year. Continue reading
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